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With the popularity of sky gazing and the closure of observatories and planetariums, telescopes have been in short supply.The Perseids meteor shower is here and so are more telescopes|Clarisa Diaz|August 12, 2021|Quartz
The California Academy of Sciences reformatted its planetarium films for YouTube so teachers could show films like Expedition Reef and Fragile Planet to their students.How science museums reinvented themselves to survive the pandemic|Emily Anthes|June 4, 2021|Science News
Two weekends a month, the five of us went on trips to the area museums, the aquarium, the art museum, the science museum, the natural history museum, the planetarium.
My weak answer is, at age 9 when I looked up at the dome of the planetarium and the stars came out, I think the universe called me and I had no say in the matter.
The planetarium became my portal and my conduit to the cosmos at a very early age.
Ingulfus mentions at the same time a nadir, as he calls it, or planetarium, executed in various metals.
It no doubt corresponded in a great measure to our modern planetarium, or orrery, invented by the earl of that name.Cicero's Tusculan Disputations|Marcus Tullius Cicero
Here also was born the ingenious Eisa Eisinga, who constructed the Franeker planetarium in the intervals of wool-combing.A Wanderer in Holland|E. V. Lucas
The dome was lighted to represent a clear night, and, incidentally, all nights are clear in a planetarium.Astounding Stories, August, 1931|Various
OrreryA planetarium; an instrument showing the relative motions, positions and masses of the sun and planets.Time Telling through the Ages|Harry Chase Brearley